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'Now It Can Be Told' is a narrative of some of the events which followed the partition of India. In mainly deals with the riots which took place in West Punjab, in which Muslims attacked Sikhs and Hindus.

Now It Can Be Told (1949), A.N. Bali, The Akashvani Prakashan Ltd., Gopalnagar, Jullundur City, East Punjab


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